Private Vehicle Ownership

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2012 International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Engineering (ICTTE 2012) IPCSIT vol. 26 (2012) © (2012) IACSIT Press, Singapore

Private Vehicle Ownership and Transportation Planning in Malaysia
Noresah Mohd Shariff +
School of Distance Education Universiti Sains Malaysia, 11800 Penang Malaysia

Abstract. This paper analyzes current trends in private vehicle ownership in Malaysia. For the past decades private vehicle ownership has increased tremendously in this country which is partly due to the economic growth, rapid urban development, population growth and inadequate public transport availability and services. In 2010, Malaysia has a population of 28.3 million, 17.4 million private vehicle automobiles and 11.7 million registered drivers. Traditionally, income has been hypothesized as a major determinant of private vehicle ownership. However, the spatial arrangement of urban fabric has becoming more important determinant of owning a vehicle. Other determinants such as government policy, auto vehicle financing, household characteristics and travel characteristics are also important. Therefore this paper is analyzing the spatial determinants of private vehicle ownership in Malaysia with a special reference to the Penang Island. Penang Island is located on the northeastern region of Malaysia and is an industrialized and a highly developed island. Penang Island has a population of 575,498 in 2000 and 740,200 in 2010, an increase of 29 percent for the last 10 years. In 2010 alone, there are 111,882 number of new registered vehicles in Penang Island. As private vehicle ownership is also associated with externalities such as traffic congestions, accidents, inadequate parking spaces and pollutions, it is an important component of local and regional transportation policy making. Thus, the implications of the vehicle ownership level on spatial and…...

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